Once Upon a Time in Mexico Desperado
-I never heard of him. -Who?
The man you recommended.
The guitar fighter?
Wiped out a couple towns single-handedly. A real nut. Yeah.
You heard of him. You just didn't know it was him they were talking about.
You should meet him.
Me. Me. That's me.
As long as I'm not the guy that has to make the introduction.
Were you in Mexico during the Barillo cartel massacre?
That's when I first heard about him. He was a legend.
They used to say he was the biggest Mexican they'd ever seen.
That was total bullshit. He was 5'9", 5'10", tops.
That's no record, but bigger than most of us.
But Marquez, that's a different story.
Marquez. Gen. Marquez.
Marquez, he really had it in for this Mariachi, see.
They called him "Mariachi" because he used to carry this guitar.
Believe me, he really knew how to play it too.
Look, this story is well-traveled.
It might have picked up some embellishments along the way.
Just read between the lines.
Now, he may not have been the biggest Mexican ever...
-All right. -...but she was as deadly...
...as she was beautiful.
-There's a girl? -Oh, yeah. There's a girl.
When he'd run out of ammo, she'd take over.
The most drop-dead gorgeous woman you'll ever see.
That's where all the trouble began. She was with Marquez.
And when Marquez saw that she was with the Mariachi, well, he went crazy.
He hunted him down and fought Mariachi to the death. And then she...
...put a bullet in his heart.
Only he didn't die.
-I don't know what happened after that. -Would you like some?
No. Maybe Marquez caught up with them, or the cartels.
But like I said, the man is a myth, a legend.
And if he's still living, he's the one you want.
...that is truly unbelievable.
Well, I'm not big on telling stories.
Where's the money? That's the reason I'm here.
I couldn't find a briefcase small enough...
...for $10,000 in cash.
Just for my own edification, I offered you 50.
-Why'd you say no? -I'm not a greedy man.
Not looking to get rich quick.
Besides, 50,000 is a lot for what you wanted me to find out, you know.
You may as just as well put a bullet in my head as cough it up, right?
Ten thousand is civilized.
Ten is something we both can live with.
Ten might still be too much.
You'd kill me over $10,000?
You wouldn't dare.
You wouldn't dare.
Yes, I would.
Would you do me the honor?
You need to learn to play.
That's why you're here.
I hear this is a town of Gunmen.
We only make guitars here.
I don't know who you mean.
I'm honored to be in your presence.
But there's someone else who wants to meet you.
Keep it. He made that for you.
You know, if I was you, son, I'd turn around and go back right now.
Go back to where I came from...
...instead of selling my mind and my soul to these cocksuckers.
You speak English?
I didn't think so.
Attempts have been made on me and my family by the cartels.
The same cartels that are threatening our freedom...
freedom which we must defend to the death.
I present to you Señor Blascoe.
We hear you want to work for us.
I too am ready to start a new life.
This is your lucky day.
Did you order my pibil?
-Does it have a name? -They call him "El."
As in "The."
I know what it means. Thank you.
Alert the Barillo cartel...
...that El has come out of hiding.
-I don't think we should-- -Are you a Mexican...
...or a Mexi-can't?
I'm a Mexican.
Then do as I say.
-Nice tune. -Something my brother taught me.
I killed him.
Yes, I was privy to that information already. How charming.
You know, El, if I may call you that...
...I've been doing a little snooping around, and it seems that the cartels...
...have quite a price on your head.
I wouldn't want to be you.
Tell me, is there anyone who doesn't want you dead?
You tell me.
I need you to kill a man.
El, you really must try this because it's puerco pibil.
It's a slow-roasted pork, nothing fancy. It just happens to be my favorite...
...and I order it with a tequila and lime in every dive I go to in this country.
And honestly, that is the best it's ever been anywhere.
In fact, it's too good.
It's so good that when I'm finished, I'll pay my check...
...walk straight into the kitchen and shoot the cook.
Because that's what I do. I restore the balance to this country.
And that is what I would like from you right now.
Help keep the balance by pulling the trigger.
-You want me to shoot the cook? -No, I'll shoot the cook.
My car's parked out back anyway. You...
...will kill Marquez.
Do you remember Gen. Marquez?
He's being paid by Barillo...
...to kill the president in an attempted coup d'état.
-Attempted? -Oh, no. The president will be killed...
...because he's that piece of good pork that needs to get balanced out.
I say "attempted" because we don't want Marquez taking power.
I need you to put the hurting, so to speak, on Marquez...
...after he's killed the president. Savvy?
-So why me? -You've got nothing to live for...
...and, in a way, you're already dead.
And Marquez is the man who killed you.
So why not return the favor? Go to the church.
Meet with an associate of mine named Salome at 3:00.
And I will contact you afterwards if we have a deal.
Was I right?
I guess not.
The last shipment of guns that were seized at our border...
...have not been accounted for, Sanchez.
You are now off that assignment. Who wants to volunteer?
Okay. You, Gomez, it's yours.
With el presidente's new campaign against the Barillo cartel...
...their activities are being pushed into the forefront.
Large payments, deliveries, whispers of a political takeover.
I need new point men, strong and willing.
This is a top priority of el presidente. Who wants this?
Romero, it's yours.
Pick your secondary person. A third, if you have to.
That's all. Dismissed.
I should take his left nut.
You're with us.
People of Culiacan.
I've come here to bring you a message of peace.
Peace that at this moment is being threatened by a group of people
that is threatening our nation.
People like Armando Barillo.
I invite you to gather our forces...
...in order to prevent the destruction of our unity
...and our peace.
El presidente, history teaches us no matter how great your armies are...
...you will always need the favor of the inhabitants...
...to take possession of a province.
How can you compete with a man like Barillo? He owns Culiacan.
He doesn't own its people.
Barillo purchased hundreds of homes and ranches...
...in the northern part of Culiacan.
And then he has turned around and given these homes to the people.
-He's a folk hero to them. -He's also a mass murderer...
...and a drug kingpin.
He's trying to make himself a martyr by drawing the people to his side...
...but the people can see through that.
Men like Barillo have stolen this country's soul.
But my people will stand up for what is right.
I'm afraid they're no longer your people, sir.
Then I will die fighting.
Are you with me?
To the death.
Come on, come on, come on, come on!
Any suggestions, Miss "Let's get a room on the fifth floor...
...so we can see the beautiful sunset"?
Swing, swing, swing.
-Hang on! -What do you mean, hold on?
Let go now!
Give me that!
Stop the bus.
Stop the bus.
A vow must be broken.
for what I am about to become.
-When was your last confession? -An hour ago.
-And the name of your priest? -Sands.
Okay. You are expected to carry out your assignment to the letter--
-Yeah, I know. -Failure to appear...
...in locations at assigned times...
...results in forfeit of protection, protection you will definitely need.
-Yeah. -You'll be paid.
Coup d'états, like elections, don't come cheap.
So there's plenty of dough floating around.
There's more. You will be a free man...
...from Marquez, the cartels, and even from the president...
...who isn't your biggest fan, let's face it.
-When do I begin? -Give me a moment.
It's a church, hombre.
Are you still standing?
Good. Well, the Barillo cartel aren't the nicest of guys, are they?
However, you've passed the test.
You're gonna do just fine.
Assemble your team, and I will call you with further instructions.
Over and out.
I'm just walking my beat, friend. Mexico's my beat, I'm walking it.
I throw shapes, and they catch them. I set them up and watch them fall.
Have him meet me at the bullfight at 5 p.m. What?
Why would I want that? Why would I want bubble gum?
All right. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Okay, this should hold the both of us over for quite a long time.
So I don't ever want to see you again.
The CIA sharing a meal with the FBI.
Now, if that isn't interagency cooperation, I just don't know what is.
-I'm retired FBI. -A real agent never retires.
He just takes it a little easier.
-Why are we talking? -You tracked down Armando Barillo...
...for two years when he was running operations out of San Antonio.
Spinning wheels. It never led to an arrest.
He is, in fact, sitting directly behind you.
He settled back in. He's been living here for six years.
Can't be touched.
Did you know that most agents never even see a top-1 0 criminal...
...for their entire careers? You brought down two, didn't you?
And now your third is sitting in very close proximity.
Now, retired or not...
...that has really got to tug on the old short and curlies.
I'm a civilian now.
Didn't he kill that agent friend of yours? What was his name...
Barillo is a Mexican citizen.
He cannot be extradited for crimes committed in the U.S.
Do you happen to know of a Dr. Guevera? Worked for the cartel.
This doctor pumped your friend Archuleta full of drugs, day after day...
...so that they could torture him for two weeks before he died.
You must have known that.
Dr. Guevera himself having dinner with your prey.
I wonder what it is they're up to now.
Two weeks of torture, Jorge. Think about that.
For your dead friend...
...for the job you didn't finish in San Antonio.
Now, are you really going to let it slip away again?
I'd like you to have a bite of my pork because it's...
(Announcer) It's Mariachi Happy Hour!
Get your Mariachi song for 5 pesos.
A Mariachi kiss for 20 pesos.
And a Mariachi fuck for only 50 pesos!
Where the hell have you been?
Still fucking around?
Let me get Fideo.
I'm here for my guitar.
It's his last night.
They're firing him.
...Fideo, it's me.
-Still drinking. -Like a fish.
I guess we haven't changed so much.
I didn't think you'd ever come back for this thing.
Neither did I.
Are we on?
I'll let you know. I'll let you know.
Bring him sober. We're gonna need him, so...
Lots of coffee.
Sometimes a revolution is exactly what's needed to clean up the system.
...giant enema, which just so happens to be my area of expertise.
Bullfights. Bull hockey. Do you like this?
The bull is stabbed, prodded, beaten.
The bull is wounded. The bull is tired before the matador...
...ever steps into the ring. Now, is that victory?
Of course it is.
Wanna know the secret to winning?
In other words...
...one has to rig the game.
El presidente is giving a speech on the Day of the Dead...
...in the town of Culiacan.
He's going to be isolated...
...in the main edificio in the center of the plaza.
Very easy access to him if...
...somebody can get you in.
Right. You're the man who can do that.
I am not the prince.
I am the man behind the prince.
-I see. -He's not the first prince I've served...
...nor the first one that I've betrayed.
-You're a good rat. I like you. -I try.
The rest upon completion.
-Mucho gusto. -Right. Right.
Every goddamn time.
What do you want in life?
...how long have you and I done business together?
A long time.
And in a way...
...I kind of, almost, could have the tiniest smidgen of respect for you.
But you need to stop farting around.
Now, do you have the information that I need on Barillo or do you not?
I have what you need.
I'm just enjoying this temporary position of power.
That make you nervous?
You know that withholding vital information from a federal officer...
...is a serious offense.
Especially when that officer has paid handsomely for it...
...and wouldn't think twice about ripping that patch off your eyehole...
...and skull-fucking you to death.
I'm fine. Go away.
I am fine. Go away. You're off the hook.
Leave me alone.
That spill just cost you your life.
A little help.
I know it's on you somewhere.
Time to get messy.
Well, I suppose I should thank you for not sticking it up your ass.
You're about a quart low.
You're gonna pay for that, cop.
-Why doesn't my key work anymore? -It's too small.
-Stand back. -I just-- I brought you a gift.
I'm still mad at you.
And trust me, it wasn't easy to get. So....
Come closer and I'll thank you.
-Are you trying to give me a boner? -Closer, I said.
How about that little tip-off?
Guarantees you a big arrest and an accommodation.
Even from your twisted little agency.
-But then what? -Want to hear my plan?
Either that or I start target practice.
Okay. The new president is on a quest to clear out the Barillo cartel.
And Barillo has set up a counterattack...
...by hiring a military general named Marquez.
He wants him to throw a coup d'état...
...while the president's visiting Culiacan.
Now, I have a man inside as insurance...
...to make sure that Marquez never takes power.
The last piece of the puzzle...
...is Barillo. Your tip-off assures...
...that Barillo is out of the picture while the battle ensues.
In the aftermath of this very healthy revolution...
...I will calmly waltz away with the 20 million pesos...
...that Barillo is prepared to pay Marquez for the coup.
-You want me to go with you? -You detain Barillo...
...with the information that you have, then you join me...
...and share the spoils.
You meet me two nights from now...
...at La Pileta, 10 p.m. sharp...
...and bring only what's important to you.
It might get a wee bit dangerous there, sugar-butt. So....
-Can you dig it? -I can dig it.
I want my key back.
Testing. One, two. Testing.
Can you hear me now?
Okay-- Fucking bells.
Did you assemble your team?
You know did.
-Why are you having me followed? -Oh, yeah, that. Let's just call that a...
...guarantee of compliance, shall we?
Because Cucuy also...
-...provides protection. -From what? Mosquitoes?
Oh, gosh, I really wouldn't mess with him if I were you...
...because he's a bit of a live wire.
And he's not the happiest that you killed his man.
Oh, yeah, by the way, I have your next assignment.
You the Mariachis?
This is the back entrance. Make a note of it.
Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Who are they?
Why so heavy?
Built in amplifier.
-I was afraid you couldn't play. -Are you kidding?
What we are looking for is support
from the people of this state.
A man can do a lot alone,
but he can do better with his people backing him.
I wonder how much we're getting paid for this shit.
A man who wants nothing is invincible, cabrón.
Are you gonna tell him that this is his last meal?
Is there a particular song you would like to hear?
We just played for el presidente, I can't buy half a tequila with this shit!
It was meant as an honor.
-We need money. -The score's tomorrow. Enough for all.
Even for you, Lorenzo.
Why are you suddenly interested in the score? What's in it for you?
Much delayed revenge.
Playing or shooting?
What do you think?
I don't think. I drink.
-Yeah, hello. -Been following Barillo...
-...and the good Dr. Guevera. -Oh, Agent Ramirez, no longer retired.
-Good man. Welcome to the fold. -I haven't seen illegal activities yet.
Only that Dr. Guevera is scheduled for a medical procedure...
...on November 2.
The Day of the Dead. That's tomorrow.
Also identified a member of the group as Billy Chambers.
A fugitive. We've been wanting to pick him up for some time now.
Billy Chambers? Yeah. You sure?
-Bet my badge on it. -Well...
...whatever they"re up to, I can guarantee you...
...that it's going to happen tomorrow.
-So I suggest you-- -What's going down tomorrow?
If you see an opening, take it.
-What do you know? -Not enough. Get inside.
I've got nothing.
I gotta get in. I got nothing.
Try to make a move. I don't have a move to make.
What are you gonna do, stupid?
Billy Chambers is on the move.
Where are you going?
You're buying a taco.
This is too easy.
Where are the other guys?
This is a setup.
It smells like a setup.
I'm making my move.
-Well, that depends who's asking. -I thought that was you.
-Here, let me pay for this. -Oh, well, thanks.
Oh, goddamn it.
-Is that real? -Yes, it is.
Goddamn. What took you boys so long?
Whoa, hey, friend.
You ain't gonna need that.
Believe it or not, man, l'm ready to go.
Let's talk over there.
Man, I just wanna get out of here.
I've been on the run, hiding out here down in Mexico...
...for the last eight goddamn years.
And I've been working for this here cartel for the last four.
I ain't got shit. All I got is what I'm wearing on my back.
I can't go nowhere. Sort of got me by the balls, you know?
I'll take you in under the FBI's supervision and protection...
...until we can take you back, where you will be prosecuted for your crimes.
-In the U.S.? -In the U.S.
The things that I've had to do for the goddamn cartel are...
-...unspeakable. -You don't know what Barillo's up to?
I'm close to the man.
I'm real close.
But he don't let nobody in, that cocksucker.
Can you get him close to Barillo?
I need your help.
Then you get me out of here.
Then I'll get you out of here.
There's cartel on every corner.
Sands told me you handle protection.
I don't work for Sands anymore.
And since I'm a Mexican, I can do whatever I want.
Then I guess I don't work for Sands neither.
-Goodbye. -There's a price on your head.
I'm going to collect. Why don't you just tell Barillo everything you know.
And then maybe he'll just cut off your hands.
And if I don't?
You know that old man I killed in your village?
What if your whole village was next?
Would you kill them?
Me? They certainly would.
Then I guess I have no choice...
...but to kill you all.
That should put him out for a few days...
...and give him some nasty dreams.
You have to relax your fingers.
Music is pure, from one's soul.
If the soul is pure, the music flows free.
And if the soul isn't pure?
Then you must practice like a motherfucker.
I present to you...
Get this condescending ass out of here.
You want me to break his fingers?
No. I want you to chop them off.
-I was just making a joke. -I wasn't.
...you are the man who brought us...
The man I work for, Mr. Sands...
...he is using the Mariachi to kill Gen. Marquez.
So you want to join us...
...here's how it works.
There is the bait. There is the trade.
A favor for a favor.
So El Mariachi is the trade?
This ain't my line of work.
This guy's all fucked up.
General Marquez is arriving!
Bring out the Mariachi!
Bring him out to the General!
I didn't kill you before. Enough blood had been shed.
But I see now...
that blood will spill again.
General Marquez, the Mariachi is not here.
You too will escape.
Hey, hey, hey, hey, Lore--
Practice shooting, not drinking.
We are on.
By order of the President, they are searching all vehicles
for guns and drugs.
That fucker's been blockading all the roads.
Take us back another way.
By order of the president.
Who does this guy think he is?
He wants to get rid of me?
I'll get rid of him.
Replace him, even.
Then I will simply disappear.
Hey, vámonos, man.
Don't put me out completely.
Have my men wait outside.
Barillo and Dr. Guevera must already be inside the building...
...having entered through the back or basement.
They should be midprocedure.
This is going down now.
If Barillo wanted to look unrecognizable to authorities...
Massive tissue loss due to an only partially-completed...
...facial reconstruction wasn't necessarily the cause of death.
They switched bodies.
He was anyway. Bring him along.
Listen, I cannot do everything by myself.
I need someone to go in there with me.
No. I lost my inside man. Probably dead.
And Cucuy, greedy turd that he is, ratted me out and has disappeared.
Plus, I'm pretty sure the cartel is shadowing me.
Now, listen, I have got a swell bunch of guys intercepting Marquez's army...
...but they've got no guns.
I want you to understand me. This is no time to screw the pooch...
...because this is supposed to be the big dance number, all right?
Hello? Are you there?
Okay, okay, I'm going to freak right out.
I would like the puerco pibil and a tequila with lime.
Yeah, listen, I need a new line.
This one's been compromised.
Okay? Thank you.
I'll be waiting here at the La Vaca Volando.
The Flying Cow.
You really didn't see it coming, did you?
Sorry, baby, I told you I wasn't interested in your scheme.
Oh, my Christ. Is that Barillo?
That's the new Barillo. The old Barillo died in surgery a few hours ago.
What kind of cartel would have you running its operation?
I'm his daughter.
You've been spying on my operation for some time.
I feel it's only fair to warn you that killing me is crossing the line...
...and you will have every marine from here to Guantánamo Bay...
...up your keister, mister. So just know that.
Fortunately for you, nothing you did is worth dying over.
You have only seen too much.
We are going to make sure that doesn't happen again.
On this day of the dead,
I offer you a chance for a new life.
That sounded a little extreme for a parade.
Troops are coming up from the south.
-Whose? -Emiliano Marquez.
-Well, what do we do? -We stay here. This place is fortified.
It's much easier to defend this place than to chance going out in the open.
Nicholas? What are you talking about, "fortified"? Come here!
Just stay clear of those windows, sir. You let me handle it.
My name is Sheldon Jeffrey Sands.
I work for the Central Intelligence Agency.
I set them up. I watch them fall.
I'm living la vida loca.
I'm terribly sorry about your chewing gum, but listen.
I will give you this...
...if you'll be my eyes.
It's a dollar.
I need you to take me to the center of the city.
Is someone following you?
It's difficult for me to tell right now because I'm having a bad day.
Do you see someone?
Yes, he's getting close.
Listen, have you ever seen one of these?
Have you used one?
Don't ever, because they're bad.
But what I need for you to do is to aim this...
...at the bad man who's following us and shoot him in the head.
Oh, yeah. Very mátalo. Close?
Okay. Smoke him.
Smoke the fucker. Just send him straight to fucking Broadway.
Okay. Come here.
Right or left?
Was that my right or your right?
Look me in the eyes...
...and then kill me.
Good boy. Now you're thinking.
Take me to the center of the city, where there will be even more dough.
for our daughter...
In my past, I'd take on evil from the bottom.
Now I realize...
...start at the top.
The president is a good man.
I'll go around back. Meet me in five.
We could torture him.
That doesn't count.
I was tortured once.
I didn't like it.
You know what the fucked up thing is?
They tore out my left nut.
That sort of turned me off of the whole thing.
What should we do with him?
Let's go eat about it.
Hey Snow White, watch that fucking pig.
Just lay low. They'll leave us alone.
What the fuck?!
I don't like military.
-Why are we stopping? -We can't go further.
-Why not? -Look out there. It's a coup d'état!
I can't see, fuck-mook! I have no eyes.
Well, then listen to it, fucker!
The military's throwing over the presidency. All hell's broken loose.
You guys have to get out now.
Keep your money because I'm not moving one inch.
Fuck! Now what?
-Do you know armor-piercing bullets? -Yeah.
These are much better.
What do you want in life?
-You ready? -Yeah.
Okay, let's go!
It's no longer safe to be here. Let's go.
You have a meeting with Gen. Marquez, sir.
It feels like you need some protection, sir.
Who are you guys?
Sons of Mexico, sir.
Are we in front of the building?
This is it, kid.
I don't hear you running.
Why would they want me dead? I've done nothing but help them.
What are you talking about? Let me show you something.
Look out there! You see?
Well, don't look too close, presidente.
But your people are out there fighting for you, you understand?
Take off your jacket.
-This also? -Yes.
Put this on.
What is this, payoff?
This is money someone paid to kill you.
And now it's money to save your life, presidente.
Here, get some tequila for yourself.
Leave here and lock the door.
Alive and well.
Everything in its place...
You fucking little monkey.
See anything you like?
Do you remember a man named Archuleta?
I present to you Special Agent Jorge Ramirez.
You tortured and murdered Agent Archuleta. He was my partner.
He was also my friend.
Agent Ramirez, you have to follow certain rules.
Oh, I'm retired.
Rules don't apply to me any more than they do to you.
-Mr. Chambers. -Yes, sir.
You're just going to stand there?
I'm afraid anything but standing's gonna cost you extra.
You leave me no choice.
Did you get your man?
One of them.
If that isn't interagency cooperation, I just don't know what is.
See you later.
Are you okay?
I don't know.
You will be.
What do you want in life?
To be free...
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Once and Again 01x07
Once and Again 01x08
Once and Again 01x09
Once and Again 01x10
Once and Again 01x11
One Fine Day
One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest
One Night at McCools
One Nite in Mongkok
One Piece ep01
One Piece ep02
One Piece ep03
One Piece ep04
One Piece ep05
One Piece ep06
One Take Only 2001
One Two Three 1961
One from the Heart 1982
Onibaba (Devil-woman) 1964
Only Angels Have Wings CD1
Only Angels Have Wings CD2
Open Hearts CD1
Open Hearts CD2
Open Range CD1
Open Range CD2
Operation Pacific 1951
Opposite of Sex The
Original Sin CD1
Original Sin CD2
Oscar and Lucinda 1997
Osennij marafon - Autumn Marathon 1979
Oso Rojo Un
Ostrov Sokrovisch (Yevgheny Fridman USSR 1971) CD1
Ostrov Sokrovisch (Yevgheny Fridman USSR 1971) CD2
Our Lady of the Assasins CD1
Our Lady of the Assasins CD2
Out-of-Towners The (1970)
Out To Sea 1997
Out for Justice 1991
Out for a Kill
Out for justice
Out of Reach 2004 I
Out of Reach Rescue The
Out of Sight Collector Edition
Outlaw The (Howard Hawks 1943)
Outsiders The (1983)
Over the Rainbow
Ovosodo (Paolo VirzÍ 1997)
Owl and the Pussycat The 1970